Twisted Bangs

Although summer is almost over, it’s still pretty hot here in North Carolina. And when I’m running errands, and get a little warm, the first things to go are my bangs.
The Twisted Bang
Here is the video tutorial:
Here is the YouTube video. (it’s larger and clearer)
twisted bangs
And here is a close up step by step:
1. Begin by grabbing about a 1 inch section near your part and at the front of your hairline.
2. Twist away from your face once, then grab more hair and add it into the twist.
3. Twist away from your face once more.
(you would think I could have taken off my nail polish since it was all
painted on. But I had just finished up this project and I was focused!)
4. And continue to grab more hair as you twist  until you have reached the “twist length” that you want!
5. Finish by inserting a bobby pin, zig zag side down, in vertically.
And then you are finished! Spray a little bit of hairspray and you’ll be all set!
Let me know if you have any questions about this style!

Comments

  1. Beth says

    I just found your blog and I absolutely love it!! I have such thin hair and have never really known what to do with it and always just wear it straight down. Your blog has helped me so much and everyday I check to see if you have posted anything new that I can try! Thank you so much for helping me!!

  2. Anonymous says

    Wow! I always saw this cute style but I’m hair challenged so I didn’t know how to do it. Now it’s my new go-to! Thanks!!

  3. says

    I’ve seen a few of your hair tutorials on my Pinterest lately and I’ve just spent the last 20 minutes reading through your blog. I’ve noticed a few times you mention to put the bobby pin in zig zag side down – I always do the opposite. I’m sure there’s a reason you specify to do it “upside down” (to me) – could you share?
    Thanks for all the hair tips!!!

  4. says

    Sarah: Hi! Thanks for reading! Putting the bobby pins in zig zag side down will help them hold better and also look “cleaner” in the hair. The zig zag part grabs against the hair that is pulled tight so it will lock into place!

  5. Anonymous says

    You share so many helpful ideas. I’m suddenly a big fan, especially of your gentle kind nature and openness. I’ve already tried some of your ideas and bought recommended product to coax my hair into new styles. If your hair is good, it makes for a better day. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and expertise.

  6. says

    This is the first blog of yours I have tried. After 3 or 4 tries (and watching the video along with it) I happy with my results. It turned out really cute. I have super naturally curly hair, and I wear it the same amount straight (thanks to my GHD) as curly. I think this twist will work with my curly hair too. Can’t wait to try another one! First on my list is getting some Aquage. My hair thinks you’re pretty awesome!

  7. Emma says

    I’ve just discovered your blog and I am LOVING it! I do have one question for you though: why do you suggest always inserting bobby pins with the ridges side down toward the scalp? I’ve never heard that tip before and am very curious! Thanks!

  8. Anonymous says

    I just stumbled across your blog yesterday from pinterest. LOVE IT! I’m very hairstyle-challenged. You make it look so easy! I never even knew there was a wrong way to curl hair. Huge difference! Can’t wait to see what else you have to show us!

  9. Melissa says

    I saw your cute bobby pins with the rosette on the end. do you show how to make those or can i purchase them from you? they are darling. I have just LOVED your sight. I have recently discoverd it and my hair is similiar in color and style so i love all of your suggestions. Thank you, Melissa

  10. nicole says

    i don’t have bangs at all… not sure if they would look right on my face anyways…do you think the hairstyles will still look right….i love all of your tutorials!!

  11. says

    I found your blog through Pinterest and I love it! Thank you so much for sharing all your ideas and tutorials with us. I have started wearing my bangs like this a lot lately. I made the mistake of convincing my stylist to cut bangs and they aren’t working, so I’m doing anything I can to disguise them until the are longer! Thanks again for all the inspiration!

  12. Anonymous says

    Kate, Love this idea because I am always looking for more options for my short angled bob. Can you please post some more ideas for bangs or short styles. Thanks so much, what a great blog.

  13. Bev says

    Here’s probably a new question for you. I’ve been in food service for the past 20 years and have to wear a hair net. Needless to say you feel less than human. My hair is a bit below my ear, thin and usually limp… not a good picture! Any ideas? It’s okay if you don’t. I think the only real answer is to retire!!!

  14. Anonymous says

    Hi Kate! I love this idea for my growing out bangs! But every time I try it, the bobby pin has a hard time staying in place. Do you have any tricks on how best to insert the bobby so it does not come out! I’m sure it is just operator error! Thanks for your blog! I love it! :)

  15. Anonymous says

    I absolutely adore your blog! I’ve found so many fun and creative things as a result, and became an instant fan :)

  16. Anonymous says

    I love this have done it three times since last week when I found the blog! Get many compliments thanks for sharing.

  17. Bethany says

    I’ve been following your blog for a while now and I finally tried my first tutorial today (twisted bangs). I love everything about your blog and I’m excited to try more tutorials as my hair gets longer! Thanks for doing what you do!

  18. Anonymous says

    hey! I just found this link on pintrest and I realky like this hair style and I’ve been reading the comments, I’d really love to find your blog how do I do that?! please and thanks you!

  19. Anonymous says

    Love love your hairstyles and your blog. What kind of fingernail do you have on in these pictures? LOVE it!!!

  20. says

    I’m not really the type to read fashion blogs and whatnot.. ran across yours though and really like the way you do things. Looks like no more boring ponytails and messy buns for me!! Thank you!!! -A previously perpetual tomboy. :)

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